Happy Friday Eve, friends! Today, I want to share my October 2020 Stitch Fix outfits. In case you’ve never heard of Stitch Fix, it’s a style service that sends you five pieces to try in your home. It costs $20 for a box, which gets applied to your purchase. I’ve been using Stitch Fix for years. I love getting my green box in the mail and sharing it here and on Instagram! You can use my referral link to get a credit!
For this fix, I requested a box of fall jackets. Mine are very old and I really need to donate them and get a couple new ones. My stylist sent me two jackets and an outfit. Here’s what I got and my thoughts on the pieces!
Liverpool LA Kaylee Skinny Jeans in Indigo, $88
John Paul Richard Leanna Ruffle Sleeve Top in Light Gray, $44
Market & Spruce Camilla Boyfriend Full Stretch Denim Jacket in Cognac, $78
As you can see, I paired the three ‘outfit’ items from my box. I thought my Madewell Gemma mules would look great with this. I have already been sent a pair of these jeans, so it doesn’t make any sense to keep them. In my opinion, these are perfect for a casual day at the office. They are comfortable but also very nice.
The jacket was so, so comfortable. I like the contrasting cuff and how easy it is to layer. This jacket has some major stretch to it, which would be perfect in the cooler months. Ultimately, I sent this back because I wanted a plain denim jacket.
The top ended up being a ‘no’ for me, because I don’t see it stretching across multiple seasons. It is really great for right now and spring, the cut was not right for my body shape. It felt tighter in the hip region, and I don’t think sizing up would solve the fit issues. All that being said, it simply wasn’t right for me. It was very comfortable and breathable, the ruffles were cute, and I loved the pattern. Paired with the jacket, it looked like they were made for each other.
BC Footwear Role Model Flat in camel, $49
Market & Spruce Kathleen Cargo Jacket in Navy, $88
Since these flats did not pair well with the other items, I threw on my trusty chambray and my fifth item, the anorak jacket. The shoes were not a ‘must have’ for me, which is what I’m looking for when I get a Stitch Fix. I want an item that feels perfect for my wardrobe, and these were not it for me. These are true to size and very comfortable, if you are looking for some flats like this.
This is the type of jacket I was really hoping for, and my stylist totally got this one right. I love this jacket! I have an old, olive anorak from Target that is so thin, I really shouldn’t have been using it through winter. It will be getting donated this week!
This navy cargo jacket is exactly what I wanted. It fits me so well. It has buttons and a zipper, an interior drawstring at the waist, pockets, and a detachable hood. It’s just perfect for me, and I’m so glad my stylist found this for me!
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